Charlie Sheen to Battle Brooke Mueller, Warner Bros. in Court Tuesday

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Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller in 2009

The actor is seeking full custody of his and Mueller's twin sons, and also has a separate hearing involving his $100 million "Two and a Half Men" lawsuit.

Charlie Sheen will appear in court Tuesday to ask the judge for full custody of his twin sons with ex-wife Brooke Mueller, TMZ reported.

Sheen reportedly wants to make a personal plea to ask for full custody of 2-year-old boys Bob and Max. He and his attorney, Mark Gross, are expected to argue that Mueller is not capable of properly taking care of the twins.
According to TMZ, Mueller checked into a drug rehabilitation center last week after trying to sell jewelry and a stereo at a pawn shop in Inglewood, Calif.
On Friday, she reportedly refused a drug test despite the fact that it is a requirement under the terms of her custody settlement.
Sheen on Sunday night told the crowd at his My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option show in Mashantucket, Conn., that he was heading back to Los Angeles after the show was over to get his kids back.

It's not the only court date Sheen has scheduled for Tuesday. While his custody issues are being sorted out in downtown Los Angeles, his civil lawyers will be in a Santa Monica courtroom trying to convince a judge to make open to the public his $100 million lawsuit against former Two and a Half Men bosses Warner Bros. and Chuck Lorre. Read more about Tuesday's court showdown here.

Sheen also is scheduled to perform Tuesday night in Washington, D.C.